LOS ANGELES, December 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Rebecca Wang joined Goldie Hawn, Aileen Getty, Kenneth Cole, Elizabeth Murdoch, Grace Jones and Chelsea Handler for a gathering at arts media centre on December 12th at The Milk Studios in Los Angeles to support amfAR for its 2013 Inspiration Gala Los Angeles. This month's gala saw Aileen Getty, Goldie Hawn, the Hugo Boss Group honored for their outstanding humanitarian work and dedication in the fight against AIDS. Aileen Getty decided over twenty years ago to state publicly that she was HIV positive and diagnosed with AIDS, admitting that her condition was the result of unprotected sex in an extramarital affair. Her conviction that "HIV was something that required a woman to stand up and tell the truth" put an end to her eight year marriage but also led to her dedicating her life to eliminating the public's fear of AIDS and those who have it. She has since channeled her philanthropy towards some of the most disenfranchised in and around Hollywood, funding projects such as Dallas House - a shelter for women with AIDS - and actively taking a daily part in these projects as part of her own healing programme. Goldie Hawn, the award winning actor, has been a tireless campaigner for AIDS education and research for thirty years, and regularly endorses amfAR events, recently taking Honorary Chair at the inaugural Rio Inspiration Gala. The Hugo Boss Group has been a committed supporter of amFAR and has taken a strong stance in its public responsibility towards men's health.